Music

Music

Trinity Church’s music slate is full and varied, including traditional hymns from The Hymnal 1982, gospel hymns from Lift Every Voice and Sing, Gregorian chant, and occasionally more contemporary hymns. The music augments the spiritual experience for the worshipers, bringing the beauty of music into many of the services.

Festival Choir

The Holy Trinity Festival Choir sings from September through June, and features a “pickup” choir during July and August, with occasional special music throughout the year. Gregorian Chant, Renaissance motets, Spirituals, Gospel, and music from all eras and styles show up on Sunday mornings throughout the year. During the Christmas and Easter seasons, selections are thematically chosen to heighten the spiritual experience of these holiest of occasions. All singers are welcome to join. Read more about our Festival Choir Director,…

Compline

Our goal of the Compline Choir is to provide a brief, soothing respite, as an antidote to the chaotic pace of the world; to chant and sing praises and thanks to God for the successful completion of the day in the ancient, mystical way and provide spiritual peace for the rest of the night, and hope for the new day. Our hope is also to develop for our readers and listeners, not just an experience, but a relationship with Compline;…

Pipe Organ

The Holy Trinity pipe organ was purchased by Trinity Episcopal Church in 1964 for the sum of $10,000. The organ was built in 1960 for the personal use of Swain and Kates, Inc., by a West German firm, Laukoff, with over two hundred years experience in the manufacture of pipe organs. About the Organ The organ contains 854 pipes divided among 18 ranks on two keyboards and pedal. The pipes are made of tin, lead, zinc and wood, and represent…